TradesmansCelebrate NYE 2018 at Tradesmans
NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY DESCRIPTION
Why Philly Loves This New Year's Party
Ring in New Year’s Eve at Philly’s hottest new nightlife destination, Tradesman’s, in Center City. Housed in the historic Tradesman’s Trust Company building with its architectural charm and 34 beer taps, this party will draw all of Philadelphia’s nightlife trendsetters. This contemporary factory-like complex is designed to manufacture the ultimate NYE event.
This mega party features a 5-hour premium open bar, ensuring the drinks are flowing. A live DJ will be on the decks to keep you dancing all night, playing mashups of your favorite Top 40, hip-hop, and club hits. Enjoy complimentary party favors to get in the NYE spirit, along with complimentary early evening bites to start your night. You won’t miss a second of the action as the DJ leads the live countdown to midnight. Looking for an ultra-luxe experience? Take out one of our VIP packages: VIP mezzanine access with a private bar, VIP reserved seating, and VIP table and bottle service.
Occupying the former Tradesman’s National Bank – where it gets its name – the venue honors its history by keeping the bank’s antique ceiling and bold steel columns. Neon blue lights breathe new life into the ornate ceiling, while a wall of flat-screen TVs commands attention. Known for its extensive beer and whiskey menu, Tradesman’s is an architectural feat and the perfect place to celebrate NYE. Its enviable Chestnut Street location means you’ll be right in the middle of the action, and its sound and lighting system is unparalleled across Philly. You’ll be swept away by the building’s eclectic industrial-meets-historic vibe, featuring exposed brick, wire fencing, and polished wood. With its 23-foot vaulted ceilings and mezzanine overlooking all the excitement, this party celebrates the wonder of NYE.
Get down at the ultimate New Year’s Eve event in Philly, and see why local partygoers have been raving about Teddy Sourias’ hottest new venue. At Tradesman’s NYE, you’ll be a part of Philadelphia nightlife history.